About this Show

Good Morning Washington at 500

News News/Business. Simpson, Chenevey. New. (CC)

NETWORK
ABC

DURATION
01:00:00

RATING

SCANNED IN
Annapolis, MD, USA

SOURCE
Comcast Cable

TUNER
Channel 77 (543 MHz)

VIDEO CODEC
mpeg2video

AUDIO CODEC
ac3

PIXEL WIDTH
528

PIXEL HEIGHT
480

TOPIC FREQUENCY

Washington 12, Maryland 8, Jayson Werth 6, Angela 6, Virginia 5, New York 5, Abc 5, Paul Ryan 5, Joe Biden 4, Ben Affleck 3, Los Angeles 3, John Gonzalez 3, Us 3, Susan G. Komen 3, Brandi Hitt 2, Rob Nelson 2, Reagan National 2, Orioles 2, The Home Depot 2, Jayson 2,
Borrow a DVD
of this show
  ABC    Good Morning Washington at 500    News  News/Business.  
   Simpson, Chenevey. New. (CC)  

    October 12, 2012
    5:00 - 6:00am EDT  

5:00am
the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of pfection. >> it was awesome to see the home run. the crowd went crazy. >> jayson werth hit in the game winner in the bottom of the ninth inning, sending the nationals to deciding game 5 tonight against the st. louis cardinals. >> i know you are under a lot of arresdiress, but i think people would be better served if
5:01am
we did not interrupt one another. >> well, don't take four minutes. correct an hour-and-a-half away from the start of a huge event in the fight against breast cancer. we have a live look at susan g. komen 3-day walk. "good morning washington" starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. good morning, washington. it's friday, october 12. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. we will get to add iam. >> it will be chilly for the wall. temperatures tomorrow morning will be close to freezing in some locations just west of washington. -- it will be chilly for the walk. it's now 36 degrees in leesburg, 45 in germantown.
5:02am
walworth, 40. culpeper, 43. it will be even colder 24 hours from now. partly cloudy today, cool and breezy, high temperatures in the mid-60s. 64 degrees with a northwesterly wind at 10-20. you will notice the wind today. tonight the wind will diminish, but it will be cold, and 20's in outlying areas northwest of washington. nearly 40 degrees along the waterways. there is a freeze what that will be in effect in the dark blue shaded county's tonight. i will detail the weekend forecast coming up. now to angela. >> early motorists having an easy time for the most part around the capital beltway. we are open in maryland on 270. the work zones are gone there. heading into a germantown gaithersburg and bethesda,
5:03am
clear and free for the most part. in virginia, interstate 66 at glebe road, moving quite well. folks heading in from haymarket through gainesville, no delays as you pass centreville to fair oaks on the scene of a crash in prince william county between 234 at ashford avenue. back to you. >> thank you. tonight marked another crucial game for the washington nationals. a victory tonight sends them into the championship series in the national league and they would play the giants. >> jayson the bottom of the ninth inning. john gonzalez has more on an amazing game 4. >> amazing. i still cannot believe it. this may not have been the largest crowd in national history, but i am willing to bet it was the loudest. these rally flags were being waved in the stadium because the 5,
5:04am
incredible drama. you can see the scoreboard still lit up tonight. the final act is tonight. with their backs against the wall, facing elimination, it came down to the final inning. jayson werth since a bomb over left field and sent the crowds into euphoria. >> i was thinking there was time for jason dick get a walk-off- home-run and it worked. >> fireworks lit up the sky over the anacostia river and there was a block party. >> we realized you have to have. heart and they have >> they will go on for one more night. mr. october spoke after the game. >> that's what it's all about. it's what you get to spring training early for. we have a chance tomorrow to
5:05am
take the next trap. -- next step. >> he took his sun to a capital gain when he first arrived in our area and he said i want to bring this excitement to nationals park. -- his son to a capitals game. correct a pretty contentious debate yesterday between the vice-presidential nominees. >> joe biden under pressure after last week's. week's >> the candidates took center stage at centre college and 9:00 p.m. and the first question hit a sticky issue for the obama administration. the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi that killed ambassador chris stevens and three others. paul ryan accused the administration of failing to provide sufficient security in
5:06am
libya and misleading the public. following public assaults >> they sent the u.n. ambassador out pesetas was because of a protest of a youtube video. it tookwo weeks to acknowledge this as a. terrorist >> joe bide-- was a terrorist attack. >> paul ryan said that obama's for politics america appear weak. >> not a single thing he said is accurate. >> and -- >> they are holding hostage the middle class tax cut because they will not allow its domestic and give a tax cut for the super wealthy. >> our plan is to grow economy and create jobs. >> paul ryan rarely raised his
5:07am
voice but got an audience reaction with best -- >> i think the vice presidentsometimes the words don't come out to the right way. [laughter] >> both men laid out exactly what both campaigns had been trumpeting the entire election season -- extremely different visions for the nation. in power listees both foreign and domestic and even as two catholic men discussing abortion. --cracks our policy will be to object to abortion except for the case of, rape, or the life of the mother -- incest rape or the like a mother. >> i am catholic but i refused to impose my views on the nation. >> gop nominee mitt romney is
5:08am
holding a victory rally later this morning in richmond. betina been candidates will meet for their second debate on tuesday at hofstra university -- the two candidates. two adult suspects charged with a barely beating an energy analyst near eastern market appear in court today. tommy branch and michael moore have a preliminary hearing. the victim's wife says she will be there. t.c. maslin was robbed and critically wounded in the attack in august and suffered severe brain injuries. >> these guys took everything we have worked for. i want them to know who i am and to see the effects of what they've done. >> t.c. maslin is facing a fourth organizing a wards 6 safety festival planned for october 21. she's hoping this will help prevent similar tragedies. >> we want to check in with jummy olabanji as we continue to follow developments overseas. >> the latest in the nobel peace prize.
5:09am
>> we can confirm now that the european union has won this year's nobel peace prize. we can take you live to the announcement going on right now in oslo, norway. you can see it on your screen. we can tell you a little bit about why the five-member panel said they chose the european union this year. they say it's because of their contributions to the advancements of global peace and human rights. they talk about a lot of the european union membership'ss, how they are bringing in more and more countries every year. and that france and germany that have had a history of conflict are now together as partners for peace. they say all the work being done in the european union, regardless of what's going on with the financial crisis in several countries, is worthy of winning this award. representative snitchler from different european union nations will also be speaking at the
5:10am
news conference in norway. we are keeping track of what's going on at the conference and will bring you some more updates on this year's nobel peace prize winner a little later in the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. >> that's good news. >> 46 degrees outside. >> we will >how a [ female announcer ] it's deliciously dark just before dawn. it's a rainy morning becoming a caramel drizzle. with folgers gourmet selections you can turn any day gourmet. new roasts, new flavors and a new look.
5:11am
5:12am
man on radio: release the pumpkins. releasing the pumpkins. catch the great tae of pumpkin before it's gone. hurry into dkin' donuts and grab a pumpkin muffin or donut today. america runs on dunkin'.
5:13am
>> happy friday. 5:13 a.m., clear conditions outside. a cold front will bring partly cloudy skies to the washington area for the rest of the day. temperatures are chile this morning. that puts a smile on my face. -- temperatures are chilly. it's 39 degrees in gaithersburg, 48 at reagan national 37 in culpeper. by this time tomorrow it will be cooler than right now. . expressed forecast today. by lunchtime, partly cloudy and brinklow. you will notice the been out of the northwest today at 10-20. 64 degrees for the high temperature under partly cloudy skies. 51 degrees at first pitch at the ballpark. dropping down to the mid 40's by
5:14am
the end of the game. there is a freeze watch in effect today. back to angelyn now for the commute. >> happy friday. should be an easy drive. no complaints on either side of the teddy roosevelt bridge. on 66 as well. an easy trek through falls church. looks goodastbound into centreville and to nutley street. in maryland, looking pretty good southbound 95 from laurel. all clear. on the b-w parkway, there's a traffic problem through 198 and 197 in laurel with an oversized tractor-trailer causing a brief delay. back the latest on your commute this friday morning. back to you. >> thank you. thanks angela. >> there's a new entry
5:15am
5:16am
5:17am
>> a familiar face getting involved in the battle over expanding gambling in maryland. a former redskins linebacker featured in a new ad urging voters to support cluster seven on the november ballot which would allow table games and existing casinos and would authorize a new casino in prince george's county. the washington redskins recently announced their support for expanded gambling.
5:18am
>> october is breast cancer awareness month. you can fight against the disease by logging onto your computer. >> go to wjla.com/facebook and like our facebook page. for each one, we will donate a dollar to breast cancer research. >> 5 brooks laich 18 is the time. jacqui jeras is at the event at the starting line. -- 5:18 is the time. >> people are just starting to show up and get prepared for the 60-mile journey over the next three days. we are receiving some of the coldest air of the season for the district. we do have temperatures in the 30's across. parts of the across a freeze watch has been issued across much of our area, especially in virginia and maryland.
5:19am
a lot of these people will be camping overnight the next two nights. our forecast, partly cloudy skies today, breezy, 64. 61 saturday after waking up to temperatures in the 30's. 72 degrees on sunday. survivors who will be walking today have been talking with me. susan, this is your first year for the event. it's been an amazing journey for you over the last 12 months. how were you diagnosed? >> i was 37 last year when i was diagnosed. i found a lump while breast- feeding my son. then i had a mammogram and was diagnosed october 21 of 2011, so it's almost a year. i had a bilateral mastectomy, 24 rounds of chemotherapy and had reconstructive surgery in may. >> what does it mean to be here
5:20am
today? >> it's very emotional, but i'm so grateful and so thankful for all the love and support. susan g. komen has been amazing. i will be a flag bearer. my nieces wrote a song for my journey called "better days." they have been asked to perform it live tomorrow, so i'm excited for the entire. entire >> and she's going to send me a link a bad song so i will tweet that out over the next couple days. now let's check on traffic with angela. >> good morning. it is a good friday morning on the roadways. not seeing any major trouble spots on the beltway in maryland or virginia. 270 this morning in maryland, is good to go. all travel lanes are open. a few more cars are joining the drive, but no early building
5:21am
volume. on the b-w parkway starting to see a jam southbound in laurel between 198 and 197 with an oversized tractor-trailer. but we are moving quite well for the most part through virginia. southbound work zones are a couple lanes closed from route 3 to 17. moving well from springfield up to 395, you are clear into the district. back to you. >> thank you. the smartphone wars have a new entry now. >> rob nelson has details. >> samsung unveils a smaller version of its popular gallic sinks smartphone with a 4-inch display and runs on android's latest operating system. a microsoft executive says the company plans to have 100,000
5:22am
applications available by next february. 400 million people expected to be using windows 8 by next summer. china's lenovo outsold hp in the third quarter. consumers are opting for tablets and smartphones instead of pc's. the typical twitter user is a woman in her late 20s who shares details with family and friends using apple devices. purple is the most popular color for her. i rob nelson.
5:23am
(bell rings) hi. yes? you know those delicious granola bunches in honey bunches of oats? i love those. we've added more to every box. really? wow! honey bunches of oats. make your day bunches better.
5:24am
5:25am
5:26am
>> and a drive hit deep to left field. it's gone! >> the shot heard around the capital. jayson werth blasting the nationals on to the decisive win for the walk-off-home-run against st. louis last night that. there he is crossing the plate. that seal it it and ensure them of a game 5 tonight. john gonzalez will have much more in a live report in just a couple minutes. >> now it comes down to tonight for the nationals and cardinals. there's going to be a lot of interest in santa francisco in the outcome here. >> and principal completing an impossible -- probablimprobable
5:27am
victory. catcher buster posey getting a grand slam. in new york, drama. >> the orioles and yankees went to extra innings. the orioles came out on top this time. a run in the 13th inning. the birds win 2-1. there will be a sudden-death series finale this afternoon in the bronx. >> detroit awaits the winner of that game in the american league. a complete game shutout and the tigers move on. detroit is in and the san francisco is in. >> it's 47 degrees outside.
5:28am
the news continues at 5:30. >> a look at a fiery vice- presidential debate, straight ahead. >> so now you are jack kennedy? mommy! i went potty! that's great, honey.... where? for life's bleachable moments.
5:29am
♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars rich dark chocolate, toasted oats. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients from nature valley. ♪ ♪ nature valley granola bars nature at its most delicious. [ female announcer ] granola thins. from nature valley. crispy granola, layered with creamy peanut butter or rich dark chocolate flavor. 90 calories. 100% natural. and nature...approves. granola thins. from nature valley. nature at its most delicious. [ male announcer ] we all love dreamers. people and companies who take us places. excite our imagination. make life better. brighten our days. ♪ ♪ at jcp, we don't want to be another store. we want to be your favorite store. we're creating a whole new way to shop for the bhends you love. at values you can believe in. jcp has a bold new look that will look even better on you. ♪ ♪
5:30am
5:31am
i got you white chocolate pumpkin. oh, pleacolate and pumpkin. oh. pumpkin. ha ha! you've never tasted pumpkin like this. try new pumpkin white chocolate or pumpkin mocha coffees and lattes today. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> i expect the nationals to win and gonzales to have a great game. >> the nationals have great expectations for game 5 tonight after jayson werth sealed the victory in game 4, putting the team won victory ahead ofone game
5:32am
away from the nlcs. >> let's go to jackie dallas to talk about what's happening in the community. the susan g.susan g. komen 3-day. >> looking for a cure and raising money for breast cancer. each one of these people had to raise at least $2,300. more than $700 million has been raised to help fight breast cancer. since cancer it is a cold start. everybody is bundled up. our temperatures, 48 at reagan national but much colder off to the west. still seeing some 30's and 40's. today's forecast, we will be warming up slowly. we expect temperatures to make it into the 60s in the
5:33am
afternoon. nothing but sunshine all week long. tomorrow morning these folks will be waking up to temperatures in the mid 30's as they will be camping outside tonight. we will interview airs survivor in just a few minutes. first, let's check on traffic with angela foster. >> happy friday. just one pileup. looks pretty good around the beltway. in prince george's county looking good on 50. on the b-w parkway we are tied a little approaching 197 southbound with an oversize tractor-trailer. otherwise moving quite well. a live look at greenbelt. moving through virginia right now, no reported troubles on 66. route 7 looks good. 95 northbound moving well. southbound, overnight work zone with the right lane blocked from 17 to route 3. that's the latest on traffic.
5:34am
back to you. >> thank you. the nationals are one game away from getting to the national league championship series. >> fans were concerned the postseason run would be over and then in the bottom of the ninth inning jayson to the plate and that changed everything. john gonzalez is at nationals park. >> the stadium is still being cleaned out. this may have been a long this celebration at a national game last night. jayson werth was the man of the hour. tonight they are hoping the and -- hoping for the best for g.o. bonds gaullist -- ggio gonzalez on the mound. last night it came down to the final inning. jayson werth sent a bomb over left field and sent the fans
5:35am
into euphoria. fireworks in the skies over the anacostia. the last such game was 79 years ago in d.c. one final night. the winner moves on and the losers go home. the ticket office opens at 10:00 this morning. a couple fans are here already and they arrived before we did at 3:30 this morning. they are sleeping in their cars waiting to get tickets/ standing room tickets will be available later today. the fans cannot believe what happened last night and it was pretty remarkable watching as well. how much sleep did you get steve? >> not much. but i think i had a lot of company in that department.
5:36am
it was a great game to be a part of last night and to see so many people so excited about baseball in washington. and it's friday. stay with abc seven and wjla.com for the latest on the national and more live reports in our newscast. >> turning to politics, a different debate than last week's presidential face-off. >> vice-president biden and paul ryan clashing on virtually every issue and stopping just short of calling each other liars. brandi hitt has more. >> thaiss park a few fireworks. >> it's been done a couple times. >> it has never. >> ronald reagan -- >> they delivered stark differences on domestic and foreign policy, including how to fix the economy. >> we are going in the wrong direction. the economy is barely limping
5:37am
along. >> that is surprising for a guy who says 47% of the american people are not willing to take responsibility for their own lives. they pay more effective tax and governor romney pays in his federal income-tax. >> mitt romneypaul ryan went after. after >> it took the president two weeks to acknowledge this was a terrorist attacks. >> you are jeopardized and medicare and changing it from a guaranteed benefit. >> it was heated. joe biden often laughed at all right in opposing arguments. >> joe biden understood denied he had to do what president obama failed to do last week's. >> both president obama and mitt romney watched closely. >> i thought joe biden was terrific tonight. i cannot be prouder. >> and running mates even shared a few laughs. >> i think the vice president
5:38am
knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth of the right way. [laughter] >> but i always say what i mean. >> the next big debate is next tuesday, when president obama and mitt romney will square off in round two in new york. brandi hitt, abc news, danville. >> it's 46 degrees outside on this friday morning. >> much more ahead. a d.c. council and talking to abc 7 news about a scandal. what do we do when something that's hard to paint really wants to be painted? we break out new behr ultra with stain-blocker from the home depot... ...the best selling paint and primer in one that now eliminates stains. so it paints over stained surfac scuffed surfaces just about any surface. what do you say we go where no paint has gone before and end up some place beautiful. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. behr ultra. now with advanced stain blocking only at the home depot and only $31.98
5:39am
a gallon.
5:40am
5:41am
>> i'm from butler's orchard in germantown, maryland. this it's a peanut pumpkin and more. tap the fall harvest days. good morning, washington. -- happy fall harvest days. >> friday morning welcome back. it's a cold day. it's going to be even colder saturday morning. it's 37 in winchester, 38 in berkeley springs, 36 in leesburg. 39 degrees in clarksburg, 43 and chevy chase and arlington. huntingtown, 39 degrees to start your day. partly cloudy, 64 degrees for the high temperature.
5:42am
breezy and cold. a wind out of the northwest at 10-20. at nationals park tonight, you need a jacket. first pitch at 8:30. it will be about 50 degrees. and temperatures dropping into the mid 40's towards the end of the game. the wind will subside towards the end of the game. freeze watch for tonight in the dark blue shaded areas. 72 degrees by sunday. now to angela for the commute. >> not bad. we just received news on 95, northbound at, and overturned vehicle after the quantico exit there andt. smooth sailing after that into the beltway. smooth sailing in springfield. 20 minutes and all lanes moving
5:43am
without delay. back to you. >> thank you. d.c. councilman jim graham responding to allegations he violated metro's code of conduct when he served on the transit agency board. an investigation found in 2008 he paid a developer critical the developer that he would think about helping them land a contract with d.c. lottery. >> what we are talking about is maybe one sentence at the end. of a end if it happened, it was something i said in an offhand manner. >> the company did win the contract but then did not build anything. an investigator found evidence that jimmy graham had a financial interest in a project. it's 5:43, 46 degrees. >> the space shuttle endeavour on the move again. this time, on the gr
5:44am
5:45am
alis douglas: i ren remember when i was younger and... my family was not necessarily financially stable. we were poor. anncr: then alexis got a job at the mgm casino in michigan. and it changed her life. alexis: i started as a wardrob clerk. but then i was able to work my way up. i got a 401k, i have health insurance...
5:46am
and i make great money. anncr: in maryland, question seven will create... twelve thousand jobs. from hotel and restaurant staff to accountan... and construction workers. alexis: if you want a great place to wtok with good pay... and great benefits, vote for question seven.
5:47am
cracks coming up at 6:00 on "good morning washington," a much different look at vice- president a candidate paul ryan. >> are partners at political tell us which running mate won. >> and a california grandmother crosses off a high-speed event from her bucket list. >> at 5:00 tonight, the incredible story of a military doctor who had to relearn how to be a doctor after a serious combat injury in afghanistan. now training for a race to support a wounded warriors. his story and his long road to recover after a brain injury after it an explosion, tonight at 5:00.
5:48am
>> the latest on the meningitis outbreak. federal health officials have tracked down 12,000 of 14,000 people may of received contaminated steroid shots. patients will need to keep watching for symptoms of the deadly infection for months. there have been 170 cases nationwide. 14 people have died. maryland is reported 13 cases as well as one death. in virginia there have been 11 cases and one death. >> space shuttle endeavour on its way to a museum in los angeles. that's where it will spend its retirement. >> it started the journey late thursday from l.a.x. to the science center and that's where it will go on display. tahman bradley has a look at the journey. >> overnight the space shuttle endeavour began its final journey. it left the los angeles airport on route to its retirement home at the california science center. >> i want to see it. >> it's a complicated move. although it's traveling just 12
5:49am
miles, it will take two days for the five-story, 165,000 pound shuttle to reach a destination. >> moving something this size with a 78 foot wingspans through the city streets is maybe not rocket science, but not far from it. >> in south los angeles, crews cut down hundreds of trees and dozens of power lines were removed. major roads were closed and traffic diverted. authorities took extra precautions. the city also placed restrictions on where the public can watch endeavour, the streets are not wide enough for the shuttle and the crowd. some living along the route are annoyed >> . it's a good thing. i wish i could be there instead of being pushed away from it. >> i'm pretty sure it's going to be a pretty remarkable thing to see. and it's really going to motivate kids. >> once vital mission for a
5:50am
shuttle that traveled more than 100,000 miles in space. tahman bradley, abc news. >> it will been zigzagging all through los angeles, 12 miles through neighborhood streets. that's one of the reasons they told people they cannot be on the sidewalk, because of the wingspan. an amazing journey. >> hopefully no interruptions in the journey. 5:50. another price hike from the postal service. >> and a warning about the threat of cyber attacks. here's linda bell from bloomberg in new york. >> good morning. it's scary warning from the defense secretary leon panetta. cyber threats are growing and could become as devastating as the 9/11 terror attacks if something is not done. the uss intrepid in new york, he said that attackers are targeting the country -- computer-controlled system that operates chemical, electric, and water plants, as well as systems
5:51am
guiding transportation throughout the country. another price hike get the stamp of approval from the postal service. the first-class stamp will now be 46 cents, beginning on january 27. and there will be a global stamp at $1.10. it's not clear what the demand for that will be, giving the popularity of e-mail and skype to communicate overseas. stocks indicating higher open. that's business news. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. have a great day weekend. >> the same to you. >> let's check in with jacqui jeras. >> good morning. im am at susan g. komen 3-day walk tried to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. 1500 people expected to be in this event over the next three days.
5:52am
temperatures starting on the cool side this morning. a lot of 30-degree temperatures. staying away from the freezing mark for now. unfortunately, tomorrow morning that may not be the case. 48 at reagan national and 38 at dulles. there's a trees arch in effect for much of the metro area off to the west. fairfax county is in the three watched -- is in the freeze watched tonight. we will be warming up a little. it's 64 degrees today, 62 degrees tomorrow, 72 on sunday. we will talk with one of the survivors. tell a soul about your story. six years as a survivor. congratulations. important for you to be here today because you have something specific you are trying to accomplish. >> correct. i am very thrilled to be here and have this opportunity that the foundation provides, so that i can give back to this
5:53am
community. i really feel it's important that all people have the same privileges i do in being able to have the diagnostics because that's how my breast cancer was count. i feel if i can do something to help them have the same advantage, then i've done a good thing. i've raised just a little over $4,000 and i feel that can help a number of women and men who might have that disease and get treatment. i am thrilled to be able to do that. >> this is your first walk. >> i've been training a long time because i'm older than most of these girls. i'm ready for it. i hope there will be inspiration coming from this group today to get others out here. why don't you join us? >> perhaps i will for a little while. a lot of enthusiasm here today. lots of interesting costumes as
5:54am
well. thanks for sharing your story. >> thanks very much. >> that the latest from the district near the armory. now to angela for the latest on traffic. >> good morning. happy friday. complicated driver already on. 95 in on southbound, overnight construction in effect. that will slow you down between route 3 and route 17 up a couple lanes. northbound going through quantico, there's an accident with some rubbernecking. it after the marine corps base but before triangle. a vehicle into a ditch. travel lanes are open, but there's a rubbernecking. and a bit of volume between lorton and franconia's springfield parkway. you are good to go to 395. no delays in to the district. back to you. >> thank you. it's 45 degrees. >> an alert from metro regarding
5:55am
the red line. residual delays at shady grove due to an earlier track problem at bethesda. keep that in mind this morning. >> a preview of what is hitting the big screen. arch campbell as a review of man on radio: release the pumpkins. releasing the pumpkins. catch the great taste of pumpkin before it's gone. hurry into dkin' donuts and grab a pumpkin muffin oronut today. america runsns on dunkin'.
5:56am
5:57am
>> coming up today on "katie," kevin jindal talk about his role
5:58am
in "here comes the boom." ben affleck also has a new movie hitting the screen. >> arch campbell was at a screening this week. >> ben affleck stars in one of the year's best thrillers, they believe it or not true story about a fake movie named "argo." >> this will shock the civilized world that it begins with a frightening recreation of the storming of the embassy in i read where 52 americans were taken hostage and held more than one year. six others escaped to the home of the canadian ambassador. ben affleck plays a cia operative who dreams of a plan to get the suspects -- get the hostages out.
5:59am
they posed as a canadian film crew. this was based on a true story. "argo"is a four-star oscar contender. it is the best bet for this weekend along with these other titles. have a great weekend. i'm arch campbell, abc 7- entertainment. >> i was hoping he would say it would be a good movie to check out. bobby christina brown announced she is engaged to her adopted brother.

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)